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From: Helmut Brandl <helmut.brandl@gmx.net>
To: caml users <caml-list@inria.fr>
Subject: [Caml-list] [ANN] release of fmlib.0.2.0
Date: Sat, 3 Apr 2021 14:41:10 +0200	[thread overview]
Message-ID: <EE818BCB-B682-4C2C-BF54-BF84804EA89D@gmx.net> (raw)

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I am pleased to announce the second release (0.2.0) of fmlib, a functional
library with managed effects.

The library has up to now 4 components:

- Some standard datatypes https://hbr.github.io/fmlib/odoc/fmlib/Fmlib_std/index.html <https://hbr.github.io/fmlib/odoc/fmlib/Fmlib_std/index.html>

- Pretty printing functions https://hbr.github.io/fmlib/odoc/fmlib/Fmlib_pretty/Print/index.html <https://hbr.github.io/fmlib/odoc/fmlib/Fmlib_pretty/Print/index.html>

- Parsing combinator library https://hbr.github.io/fmlib/odoc/fmlib/Fmlib_parse/index.html <https://hbr.github.io/fmlib/odoc/fmlib/Fmlib_parse/index.html>
- Primitives to compile to javascript https://hbr.github.io/fmlib/odoc/fmlib_js/index.html <https://hbr.github.io/fmlib/odoc/fmlib_js/index.html>


The last component is the new one in version 0.2.0. Internally it uses
`js_of_ocaml` to compile to javascript. It is an easy to use library of
primitive functions to access mainly browser functionality from ocaml and some
rudimentary functions to access nodejs functionality.

It can be installed via opam by

    opam update
    opam install fmlib
    opam install fmlib_js

It is located at github https://github.com/hbr/fmlib <https://github.com/hbr/fmlib>

Remarks, comments and feedback is welcome.

Regards Helmut

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